User Profile: mewnani


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  • [10] March 27, 2015 at 10:19pm

    I really wish instead of having to take care of a mock child they had kids try to hatch a lizard or chicken. They can candle the eggs every day and watch the fetus develop, and then if someone wants to know what an abortion is the teacher can crack an egg open and have the class see the chick die. That’s what an abortion is, folks. It’s not removing a tumor. It’s ripping a living being out of it’s egg and watching it die. The only difference is that humans develop in their mothers, not in an egg. Other than that it’s the same thing.

  • March 27, 2015 at 10:15pm

    You’ve never hatched chickens before have you?

    Fetuses, whether chicks or poults or baby humans have to develop in a specific set of conditions. If these conditions are not met, the baby dies. I remember my biology teacher trying to have children with the assistance of fertility drugs and at least one of the attempts ended in a miscarriage. The body needs to be in a specific state in order to support a child; if even the hormones are off it can cause a miscarriage. That’s not God taking away children; that’s just how biology works. Sometimes it just doesn’t work, and while it’s extremely tragic when a pregnancy ends in a miscarriage it can’t just be contributed to divine forces. Sometimes there’s a genetic defect, or a bacterial infection, or in the case of chickens and other animals that hatch from eggs the temperature or humidity is off. Any number of things can kill a fetus in development.

  • [22] March 27, 2015 at 9:57pm

    Well you can’t say he’s lying entirely. Just a half truth. Sure you could drink a quart of it and it probably won’t do any permanent damage to you. But it WILL make you really sick.

    He should of said it won’t kill you if you drink it. To be honest though that would be weird if you could drink a glass of herbicide like water and expect it to both work on weeds and have no effect on you. Poison just doesn’t work like that.

  • [9] March 23, 2015 at 8:13pm

    I wonder how they do that? Do they boost certain colors so a colorblind person can see them? I know a lot of color blind people have a deficiency of certain cones that allow them to see a specific color like red or green. Makes me wonder what the image would look like if a normal person looked through the glasses…

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  • [5] March 23, 2015 at 8:09pm

    You mean synesthesia? I’ve heard of it. You hear music or see letters and associate colors or sounds with them. I have it somewhat; I hear sounds from instruments and I end up associating them with colors; like a clarinet or oboe sounds purple, chimes sound blue… it’s hard to explain to someone who doesn’t have it, but you hear sounds and add colors to them. It adds an extra layer of enjoyment to music because the colors blend together like a painting.

  • March 18, 2015 at 10:20pm

    Popular 1980s pastime? Super Mario Bros, as well as Legend of Zelda, are still very popular today. People have been gaming SINCE the 80s, it never just ended after that. I get the feeling The Blaze just isn’t into video games at all…

    (On topic, Nintendo isn’t gonna just lend their games onto smartphones. They may be planning to put those characters in games for smartphones, but you’re still not playing Super Mario Bros. 3 without an emulator.)

  • [1] February 28, 2015 at 10:38pm

    Very little in fact; our stomach naturally produces hydrochloric acid, which is strong enough to dissolve solid rock. By the time the cola is digested there’s very little left that could even have a slight effect on the body.

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  • [5] February 24, 2015 at 10:20pm

    What do you mean ‘finally?’ We’ve been The New Daily Mail for a while now. It makes me sick how most of the articles aren’t even news anymore; just meaningless click bait.

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  • [1] February 24, 2015 at 10:18pm

    There’s been a lot of those lately. Where are they coming from and who’s calling them?

  • [50] February 24, 2015 at 10:14pm

    Anybody who says a fetus is nothing but a lump of tissue has never hatched eggs before. You can candle them each day and even from the first day they’re alive. Heck you can look in there and see the eyes, the head, the body, and sometimes even see it moving. It’s a chick and absolutely nothing else, and the same principle applies with a human baby. If they were in eggs you’d be able to watch them grow as a chick does, just more slowly.

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  • [19] February 24, 2015 at 10:07pm

    Ain’t a heartbeat detectible just a few hours in? How people can look at that and think “kill it!” is beyond me. They have to be possessed by some kind of demon; it’s like candling an egg and seeing the little chick inside and throwing the egg away, smashing it into the wall.

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  • [1] February 24, 2015 at 10:05pm

    You looked at that and thought that too? I thought of that scene in Prometheus.
    It’s really neat to look at though; it reminds me of a chick growing in an egg. The inside of the egg ends up like that.

  • February 24, 2015 at 3:23am

    The main problem is the peaceful kids there are far outweighed by another group that wants to do harm to others. Even if these kids genuinely wanted to stand up for the synagogue (which I believe they did) they’re outnumbered and outgunned. I hope the bad guys don’t find out who they are; they won’t hesitate to kill them for this.

  • [5] February 19, 2015 at 1:43pm

    The water melted around the shape of the jeep and froze quickly enough to maintain the jeep’s shape. It’s naturally made because humans didn’t create it.

  • [1] February 19, 2015 at 1:37pm

    So if you ingest this compound in much higher doses over the course of your lifetime than is normal and regularly possible, you might get lung cancer. Who the heck got lung cancer off drinking soda? 80% of people who get it either smoked or were exposed to secondhand smoke. This is just a cherry-picked study trying to scare people.

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  • [17] February 18, 2015 at 1:18pm

    Wow, the irony. We have an article about how to stay invisible on the internet on a website filled with every means known to man designed to ferret out who you are, what your shopping habits are, hijack your browser and be dang near unusable without a bunch of Firefox addons. This site is a mess of ads and the mobile version is unusable because of said ads. In short, staying invisible is impossible on this site.

    In reply to the story Four Steps to Staying Hidden Online

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  • [15] February 18, 2015 at 12:59pm

    Well the story does say COMMENTARY on the category the story’s in before you click on it. This naturally means the author’s OPINIONS on a story with some factual evidence included in the article. It’s your fault you expected anything other than that.

  • [23] February 18, 2015 at 12:57pm

    I’d choose a kid acting like himself over some roboticized child taking medication getting perfect grades. You can’t just drug a kid up because you want better grades! You can’t gauge a kid if he has a disorder because his grades aren’t high enough! Ain’t it normal that kids generally don’t like sitting in a classroom for 6 hours a day and naturally don’t pay attention to things they don’t like? There’s better ways to get a child to make better grades in school than hopping him up on medication that might damage him later.

  • [16] February 18, 2015 at 12:52pm

    As a child I actually was diagnosed with this; the doctors at the kindergarten I used to attend assumed I had the disease due to being a hyperactive little child who liked to run around all over the place and wanted me to take medication for it. My mother responded by pulling me out and putting me into another school, and I did well. I’m still pretty hyper as an adult, but there’s no way I’d be myself without the tendency to go on mental tangents and occasionally go nuts in a fit of writing or composing music.

    I know a guy that actually needs the medication for it, and he needs the medicine or else he can’t function. I think the disease definitely does exist in some form, but the people that get mistaken for it far outweigh the ones that have it, and that’s not a good thing. If it were up to them, they’d have me take medicine that I didn’t need, and they still make kids take medicine they don’t need either simply because they want better grades or want the kid to be less annoying. I hope it stops; this stuff can ruin kids, and it’s meant only for people who desperately need it, not just any hyper little kid off the street.

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  • [3] February 18, 2015 at 12:31am

    She’s a child who mentally is a lot younger than she really is, and is nuts. To her, they are. It’s heartbreaking; this kid is just broken.

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